Candle Light Vigil for Malala Yousufzai – Lahore Wed Oct 10/12

Civil society Vigil for Malala Yousufzai
October 10, 2012
6 pm
Chairing Cross, The Mall, Lahore

Attack on Malala Yousufzai symbolizes the spread of hate, extremism and terrorists forces in our society. These forces are not tolerating any symbol of peace, tolerance and liberal ideals. They are using weapons of hate and destructions on ordinary civilians who are challenging their designs through message of love, peace and liberalism…If these forces are allowed to operate without any check and control they will take away all such ideals and symbols from society. This is the time to convey them that the society is not going to tolerate agendas of hate, destruction and terrorism anymore and also to convey to Malala that she is not alone and society stands and supports her ideals of peace, women empowerment and tolerance, and that we are praying for her life and early recovery…

South Asia Partnership and several other civil society groups are organizing a candle-light vigil tomorrow Wednesday October 10, 2012 at Chairing Cross, The Mall Lahore. Please join us all in this important and collective cause and add your voice in this message of peace and non-violence.

For further information please contact
SAP-Pakistan office
042-35311 701-06
Or
Mohammad Tahseen
0300-8480821
And
Irfan Mufti
0300-8480821

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Help stop the Taliban and other religious extremists
Support the Movement for the Repeal of Pakistan’s Blasphemy Laws.
You can do the following:

Support & ‘LIKE’ Repeal Pakistan’s Blasphemy Laws:
http://www.facebook.com/RepealBlasphemyLaws

Support & ‘LIKE’ Secular Pakistan:
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Secular-Pakistan/362810103802175

SIGN the petition to render religion seperate from the state:
http://www.change.org/en-IN/petitions/the-secretary-general-united-nations-recognize-the-international-day-against-state-religion-5

SIGN the petition to stop extremists from criminalizing blasphemy through United Nations:
http://www.avaaz.org/fr/petition/European_and_international_decision_against_the_criminalization_of_blasphemy/?fHEljbb&pv=1

Contact Uddari
uddari@live.ca
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